Kia supplier brings 600 jobs to Georgia

By: News 12 staff
By: News 12 staff

June 9, 2008

ATLANTA (AP) -- Officials say a key supplier to Kia Motors will
build a plant on 95 acres at the Kia factory being constructed in
west Georgia, creating 600 more jobs.

Glovis Co. will supply auto parts and inventory management for
the Kia assembly line in West Point, along the Georgia-Alabama
line.

Gov. Sonny Perdue and other officials said Monday that
production is expected to begin in December 2009 at the
558,000-square-foot Glovis plant.

Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press.


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